Bradfield College was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, and is set in its own village amidst unspoilt Berkshire countryside. Bradfield College enjoys a well-established reputation for being one of the country’s leading co-educational, independent schools through its provision of academic excellence and a well-rounded education. The school is based 10 miles from Reading a large, thriving, modern city.
It is noted for producing plays in Ancient Greek and its Greek Theatre. The Greek Theatre closed in 2009 for restoration and, following a £1.3 million appeal, reopened with a performance of Antigone on 20 June 2014.
BRADFIELD COLLEGE – PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
2 full-days to London and one full-day to Oxford
1 half-day to Reading
On-site activities include sports, swimming, discos and all campus activities
Other: Active UK School Challenge Day
Unique boarding house accommodation with a range of room configurations; choose from multi-bedded en-suite rooms or single standard accommodation.
Spacious common rooms in every boarding house with great facilities to relax and unwind in the evenings
All boarding houses are spread throughout the idyllic country village yet all within walking distance of main campus meeting points
BRADFIELD COLLEGE FACILITIES
Extensive sports facilities including indoor tennis dome, 30+ tennis courts, golf course, swimming pool, two astro-turf pitches and a big sports hall.
Indoor social spaces include Old Gym, Music Schools, Faulkner’s dining room and common rooms.